This year has been a big one for T-Mobile, and while the precise timing will vary based on who you’re asking (and how they’re counting), earlier this year we saw the carrier slide past Sprint and formally claim the spot of the number-three network in the US. Even with this victory under its belt, T-Mobile isn’t about to slow down in its efforts to further expand, and now it’s got AT&T squarely in its sights. Today the carrier shares word of its latest plan to steal users away from AT&T, offering iPhone fans a tempting offer on a high-capacity handset.

If you’re currently a subscriber of AT&T (including GoPhone) or Cricket Wireless, and you move your number over to T-Mobile, the carrier will offer you a $200 discount off a 128GB iPhone 6S. Effectively, you get the 128GB model for the price of the 16GB edition.

You don’t need to trade in any hardware to take advantage of this deal, either: just move your number over and pick up the 128GB iPhone 6S, and you’ve got your $200 discount.

This new promotion for AT&T users starts tomorrow and runs through December 13. In addition to the iPhone 6S deal, there’s also the opportunity for AT&T customers making the transition to T-Mobile to score up to half off on select accessories – though only those bought with financing plans.

Finally, T-Mobile’s about to wrap up its switch-over promo for existing Sprint users, giving them until December 6 to make the move and score their own $200 credit.

Source: T-Mobile

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